Any kind of trek is a very significant achievement for numerous causes varying from cancer research to this river run doesn’t matter the distance as long as it makes a big difference to the cause. I myself did a 42 km bike ride in 2015 from Kalangadoo to Mount Gambier on a simple mountain bike then another 30 km ride from Kalangadoo to Penola a week later to help raise money for the homeless
PVR first Florida training camp shirt
This year, 2 minor criticisms – t-shirts were awesome but they ran out of “normal” sizes (only tiny ones left) so I couldn’t get one. Also, the exit corridor is very narrow and with so many people, and having just run for about 2 hours, it can be difficult to navigate – non-runners and people with prams seem to want to abruptly stop in front of you. Reflexes after a long run are sub-optimal and it makes getting out of the finish zone difficult and dangerous for runners – we just want somewhere to sit for a few minutes. Also, Kiwi fruit was nice, but again, absent somewhere to sit, difficult to manage, especially holding the bottle of water. PVR first Florida training camp. Enjoyed my first one last year. Organisation-wise there could be improvements as per other extensive feedbacks. However, regarding cost and fundraising,
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Go to Florida with our shirts!
I have always wondered why organisers claim high cost for closing roads. Given that it’s a Charity event, Melbourne City Council could simply waive that? I understand there are other costs, but why don’t the businesses also “offer their services for the cause”? Then more money could go to charities. Cost could be absorbed by sponsorship and the fantastic army of volunteers. It’s also clearly an event to celebrate/promote Melbourne (I Run this City!) what does the City offer?